GUATEMALA: Reds at Work

The House Subcommittee on Communist Aggression in Latin America, sitting in Washington last week, heard a chilling story from a witness who knew what he was talking about. The witness was Guatemala's President Carlos Castillo Armas, who toppled his country's Red-controlled regime in June. His testimony, played back from a wire recording made in Guatemala City, was the first that a committee of Congress ever took from a foreign chief of state.

Apologizing that he could "not speak English very good," Castillo Armas told simply and eloquently how Moscow-directed Communists emerged with...

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